The kindness of locals will set your Zimbabwean experience apart from any other travel in Africa. Along with some truly magnificent natural scenery and remarkable wildlife.
Whether you are experiencing the magic of Victoria Falls (one of the seven natural wonders of the world) or the magnitude of Lake Kariba, the world’s largest man-made lake, Zimbabwe will capture your heart. Don’t miss Mana Pools National Park and the Great Zimbabwe Ruins both of which are UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
In the 80s, Zimbabwe was the original safari destination with the finest hotels and lodges to its credit. Since then, the country’s political and economic woes have made their mark but, since the adoption of the American dollar as the country’s currency, things have started to turn. Don’t miss adventure activities such as white-water rafting, gorge swinging, house boating and bungee jumping.
Your home away from home on the open plains of Africa. With the utmost safety and security free from the heavy footfall of crowds and busy city life. Our handpicked selection of African Villas and lodges are in the most remote and pristine wilderness areas, allowing you to reconnect, restore and rewild.
Let Africa be your classroom and the wilderness your teacher on your South African safari.
My trip with Roar Africa to Zimbabwe was beyond incredible. Deb is a genius: Talk about a magical trip, in every way. With the minimum of fuss, she seamlessly curated a full soul experience. From stunning wildlife, to incredible camps, to truly inspiring village visits, and oh oh oh the people, my people–how I have missed the grace, hospitality and warmth of the land and people that raised me. Our Roar Africa guide, Humphrey Gumpo, was wonderful; deeply knowledgeable, impressively competent, and infectiously joyful. I was smitten by the whole trip; a life-changing experience, and profoundly healing. It reminded me why I feel so Zimbabwean in my bones, blood and soul.”
“There is a language going on out there,
the roars, snorts, trumpets, squeals, whoops and chirps
that have meaning derived over eons of expression.
We have yet to become fluent in the language – and music – of the wild.” - Boyd Norton